It isn't, and should be available to all gay couples
Being gay is wrong, so they can't get married
The sanctity of marriage. No, I wasn't laughing. I was coughing. *cough* ... see?
It will set a bad example for Christian youth
I don't honestly have a good reason, but I still say no
Other (please explain)
mac said, "Gays are asking for that to be changed, straights are not."
I replied, "Also, more straights than gays are asking for same sex marriage."
That is a fact. Gays only amount to up to 8% of the population and yet 51% of the population supports same sex marriage. Therefore, more straights than gays support same sex marriage.
The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter.
An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last.
Equality is a two way street? Why is equality a two way street? The only time I have ever heard this argument is when equal rights comes up, and somebody thinks that allowing a group, they disdain, to become socially equal... it will, in some way, make them less free in society. For example, if we end segregation and I can't be racist and throw n-ers off outta mah business, then I am less free.
Really, Mac, how is gay marriage a two way street? You won't be giving anything up... You just can't handle fags having the same rights as yourself, and that makes you feel uncomfortable.
I wouldn't say no factor, I would say a factor. Logical fallacies are irrelevant in emotional issue which it obviously is to you, but don't sit back and act smug when you toss out logical fallacies all day long.I have said many times that whether homosexuality is defined as natural or unnatural has no bearing on whether it is right or wrong. But I'm happy to see you finally figuring out logical fallacies.
Then why do you do it so often?Also, an appeal to traditional fallacy is invalid, just as an appeal to nature fallacy would be.